OTTAWA (ON) – Squash Canada announced today an exciting new partnership with BioSteel Sports Supplements to become the Official Sport Supplement of Squash Canada, its National Team and the Centre of Excellence Program.
Squash Canada Executive Director, Danny Da Costa said, “we are very thrilled to be working with BioSteel Sport Supplements to support our national team athletes and National Centre of Excellence as we continue to pursue the highest levels of international excellence in squash”.
BioSteel Sports Supplements was founded in 2009 by Matt Nichol who served as the strength and conditioning coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League. Nichol is an experienced strength and conditioning coach with over 12 years of experience coaching Olympic and professional athletes from the NHL, NFL, NBA, NCAA, CFL, and professional Tennis. Nichol was the first Level 4/5 strength and conditioning coach recognized by the Coaching Association of Canada.
The popular BioSteel High Performance Sports Drink, better known as the “pink stuff”, is heavily trusted and relied on by many of the brightest stars in professional sports including NHL’s Tyler Seguin, Michael Cammalleri, Carey Price, Steven Stamkos and Toronto Blue Jay Ricky Romero. BioSteel is also the official sport supplement of Athletics Canada.
BioSteel Business Development Manager, Tucker Wright said, "we are excited to work with Squash Canada to introduce our brand to a new consumer. Racquet sports and fitness clubs are a very popular activity for Canadians and we look forward to help both brands grow in this relationship. BioSteel takes great pride in working with Canadian organizations like Squash Canada. "
Their product line features the BioSteel High Performance Sports Drink, BioSteel Advanced Recovery Formula and BioSteel whey protein isolate. BioSteel products are available at SportChek retailers nationally.
The complete line of product is certified by NSF for Sport and/or Informed Choice, ensuring Squash Canada athletes can be confident the product they’re using is healthy, safe, and adheres by WADA guidelines. Every production lot of BioSteel undergoes comprehensive testing from an accredited lab and banned substance-screening program with WADA and anti-doping experience.
For more information on BioSteel visit www.biosteel.com or join the #DrinkThePink conversation on Twitter.
Since coming to market in 2009 BioSteel Sports Supplements Inc., a Canadian Company have prided themselves on producing the safest and healthiest sports supplements on the market. Originally formulated for the sole use of Matt Nichol’s professional and Olympic athletes, BioSteel's products were designed with only the finest available ingredients. After 5 years of testing the products on some of the world's best athletes it was only then that the products were made available to the general public. The popular BioSteel High Performance Sports Drink, better known as the "pink stuff" coming out of many professional athletes water bottles. Containing zero grams of sugar and a precise ratio of the highest grade branched chain amino acids and bio available electrolytes, the product is now heavily trusted and relied on by many of sports brightest stars.
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About Squash Canada
Squash Canada is a non-profit, national sport association responsible for the development of athletes, coaches and officials. Founded in 1915, Squash Canada sets the Canadian standards for squash and works with partners to promote the growth and development of the sport across the country.
Squash Canada is a proud member of the Canadian Olympic Committee, Pan American Squash Federation and the World Squash Federation, and participates in the Pan American Championships, Commonwealth and Pan Am Games as well as the World Team Championships at junior and senior levels. Each year, Squash Canada also hosts several singles and doubles national championships for junior and senior athletes across the country.